This wooded area along the Adams Fork of the Cispus River makes a great campground location. The campground contains historic basket trees used by the Upper Cowlitz Tribe and has interpretive signage. The campground is located near the Off Highway Vehicle trails of Blue Lake Ridge and the Valley Trail and is frequented by motorized users
This site can be reserved by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777)
Late May –
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|GROUP STANDARD TENT ONLY AREA NONELECTRIC
Know Before You Go:
Some sites are available to reserve and the rest are available on-site on a first-come, first-served basis.
This campground consists of 24 paved back in sites, including one group site that can accommodate 20 to 50 campers. Many of the sites are small but still usable by RVs, with a maximum parking spur length of 30 feet. There are no water or electric hook-ups, but drinking water and vault toilets are provided. Picnic tables are available in camp sites for a fee. Fire rings are provided. Nearby ORV trails, the campground is popular with ORV riders. Campers should expect riders coming and going from the campground.
Part of the Randle Recreation Area, Adams Fork Campground is an ideal location for many recreational activities. The Valley Trail network, popular with dirt bikes and ATVs, offers 50 miles of multi-use trails close to this campground. Hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers can also use the Valley Trail, which offers views of the Cispus River Valley and Tongue Mountain and anglers can fish for brook trout in the Cispus River.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
Take I-5 to State Highway 12 and exit at Randle, Washington. Follow State Highway 131 for 1 mile, staying left at the fork, and continuing on Forest Service Road 23. Stay left at next fork for Forest Service Road 21 to Forest Service Road 56 to arrive at the campground.